Queens Museum Studio Program is one of very few programs of its kind to be embedded within a US museum. In the Fall of 2013, an expansion doubling the Museum’s size included the construction of eight artist studios in the north wing. In designating permanent real estate as highly subsidized studios for the long-term development of new work onsite, and to creating a community of artists, the Queens Museum aims to support artists’ creative processes and professional development. Students in Social Practice Queens (part of Queens College MFA Program) also share a collaborative studio space in the Queens Museum’s studio wing.
To learn more about the program, current artists-in-residence, and alumni artists, visit queensmuseum.org/artist-opportunities.